salgado at freeshell.org
Thu Aug 5 03:03:16 WST 2004
On Wed, 2004-08-04 at 14:54, Le Boulanger Yann wrote:
> Hi all,
> I've a probleme with pygtk used in a thread.
> My application can be presented like that : I have a main thread that do
> some things and that can lunch plugins. Plugins are lunched in a new
> thread thanks to threading module.
> one of these plugins is a pygtk plugin :
> it starts gtk with gtk.gdk.threads_init(), gtk.main(), show windows, etc.
> Now the probleme is when I want to close this plugin : I close the main
> window, then do a gtk.main_quit(), but the windows opened don't close.
> GTK is no more active : I cannot do anything in them, but they are
> always here ...
> Is it my Job to close them all before the gtk.main_quit() ?
Have you tried calling thread.setDaemon(1) before thread.start()?
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